Listened

Maryland Judge Takes Dominion LNG Case Under Advisement

A Maryland circuit court judge listened to lawyers for Dominion Resources Inc. and two environmental groups on Monday, the opening salvo in lawsuit over a proposed natural gas liquefaction facility, but ultimately decided to take the case under advisement.

October 2, 2012

Dominion LNG Case Being Weighed by Maryland Judge

A Maryland circuit court judge listened to lawyers for Dominion Resources Inc. and two environmental groups on Monday, the opening salvo in lawsuit over a proposed natural gas liquefaction facility, but ultimately decided to take the case under advisement.

October 2, 2012

CA Coastal Panel Unanimously Rejects BHP Offshore LNG Project

In a room filled with citizens and elected representatives all opposing the project, the California Coastal Commission Thursday listened all day to its staff and the public before unanimously rejecting plans for an offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal by Australian mining giant BHP Billiton. Company representatives were in attendance but declined several invitations from the coastal commission to speak.

April 16, 2007

When Cheniere Shouted ‘LNG’ Four Years Ago, Few People Listened

Four years ago Cheniere Energy announced plans for four liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals along the Gulf Coast: one at Sabine Pass, one at Corpus Christi, another in Freeport, TX, and the last at Brownsville. Industry experts dismissed the plans of the tiny, virtually unknown company as premature, maybe even a little bit nuts. A lot has changed since then.

November 24, 2003

Cheniere Shouted ‘LNG’ Four Years Ago, But Few People Listened

Four years ago Cheniere Energy announced plans for four liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals along the Gulf Coast: one at Sabine Pass, one at Corpus Christi, another in Freeport, TX, and the last at Brownsville. Industry experts dismissed the plans of the tiny, virtually unknown company as premature, maybe even a little nuts. A lot has changed since then.

November 24, 2003

Futures Sift Lower in Sparse Activity as Traders Look Back

After a 25-minute delay in which bagpipes played and traders listened to the reading of the 2,801 names of people that perished a few blocks away one year ago, the natural gas futures market opened solemnly Wednesday as market-watchers and traders went through the motions, but clearly had their minds on things other than the future price of hydrocarbons.

September 12, 2002